This is thought to be the last Chaparral trailer built by the legendary Raymond Beadle of Blue Max Funny Car fame. Throughout the 80s these trailers were the choice of many race teams throughout the country. They were built right here in the Dallas area in Carrolton near the junction of I-35 and what is now the Bush Freeway. I was told that this was the last Chaparral built when I bought it and have found nothing since which would cast doubt on that. These trailers were popular because they were solid.
Inside, it has upper and lower cabinets with work bench and vice, a fold down tire rack, huge amounts of storage and a hydraulic nose lift with inside battery. It will accommodate two cars on the floor with a max width of 74 1/2" as well as one on overhead ramps of up to 80" width. It will haul three cars in this configuration. Includes a 3,500 lb winch and LED interior lighting. All running and brake lights are also LED. Equipped with exterior work lights and 120v plugs. Set up with a goose neck hitch, but it can be easily converted to fifth wheel. The rear door is equipped with a full width ramp extension for easy loading. Electric brakes on all three axles have recently been refreshed with new shoes and wheel bearings. Two new batteries, one for winch/hydraulic pump, one for interior lighting. Includes dedicated battery charger. This trailer is ready for action. Since it lives outside, it could use some fresh paint on the lower half sheet metal. Upper half is fine, just remove the graphics and add your own. This trailer is a workhorse. Pulls better than any other I have ever towed and never gives trouble.
The price was $16,000 but I have reduced it for a quick sale to $12,000. Clear title. Bring a truck and take it home.